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Dine and Discuss Series

The RACGP’s Dine and Discuss Series is a new knowledge-sharing network that has been created as a result of the overwhelmingly positive response to its predecessor, and premier Family Violence network, the RACGP Lunch and Learn Series. This new series will continue to help frontline primary care professionals develop skills and confidence in responding to family violence and domestic abuse.
The Dine and Discuss Series also provides an excellent opportunity to gain further insights and support in managing Family Violence and Domestic Abuse. You will be learning alongside other primary care professionals who are keen to equip themselves with the tools to make a difference to the lives of victims of family violence.
This training is open to GPs, Practice Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Aboriginal Health Workers and Allied Health Professionals across Australia.

Register here

Important Session features
  • Held on the FIRST Tuesday of each month from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
  • Two expert facilitators
  • An online presentation on a different aspect of family violence each session
  • De-identified case presentations (please submit your own case via form below)
  • Q&A / discussion time
  • Register ONCE to receive access to all Zoom sessions in the series
  • Attend as many sessions as your availability permits
CPD Requirements
All participants who complete the 1 hour Dine and Discuss session will be awarded the following CPD Hours.


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Submit a Family Violence/Domestic Abuse case for discussion

We encourage you to submit a de-identified case for discussion. This is real-world training where practitioners are encouraged to share challenges and gain insights and ideas from professional peers who are walking the same path.

Patient information:

Patient Information

Please do not include any person identifiable information on this form.

Please complete as much of the form as possible. It is fine to be brief and to use abbreviations, etc. The form will be used as a guide to support you with presenting your case and as a tool to refer back to help you with managing the case.

Case Information


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